On this episode of The GAP Luke Lawrie (Stevivor), Joab Gilroy (Red Bull Games), and Jeremy ‘Junglist’ Ray (Game Informer) talk about publications and how they pick their top game of the year selections. The list of games they’ve been

On this episode of The GAP Luke Lawrie (Stevivor) and Joab Gilroy (Red Bull Games) are back from their podcast holiday break and ready to talk about all the things they played over Christmas. The list of games they’ve been

Review: Dead Rising 4

The Dead Rising series has never really appealed to me in the past. Its main turnoff was the time limit mechanic, providing only a scant a few hours to complete the campaign before your time ran out. I didn’t like

PAX AUS has brought Stevivor and FenixBazaar together again for another episode of the Friendly Fire Show! Steve, Tano and Ben are joined by Luke Lawrie of Stevivor and The G.A. Podcast. The three talk PAX, the Nintendo Switch, Bethesda’s

In what will surely be remembered as a casual game of Titanfall 2 with no further bragging rights beyond this post, Stevivor’s team defeated AusGamers as part of the title’s launch celebration. Captained by Luke Lawrie, Stevivor’s team took out a squad lead

In mid-June this year Canadian-based indie developer Behaviour Interactive released Dead By Daylight, an online multiplayer survival horror game that went on to sell over a million copies in its first two months. The game revolves around a basic structure where

On Saturday, the Wargaming.net League APAC Season I Finals 2016 – 2017 were held in Sydney with 4 of the top World of Tanks teams in the region competing for a $100,000 USD prize pool. In the first matchup for

Review: NBA 2K17

What I like about Visual Concepts’ take on the NBA 2K series is that they aren’t afraid to take chances and give new things a try. In NBA 2K16, they handed MyCareer over to Spike Lee for his “Livin’ Da

EB Games Expo kicked off yesterday at Sydney’s Olympic Park, and PlayStation invited Stu and Luke along for an early look at what gamers can expect to see and play at their booth. Here are Luke and Stuart’s impressions of what

Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex – First Assault Online is a free-to-play first person shooter inspired by the anime series Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex. The game has been in early access since last year, but

Review: Battleborn

The last time Gearbox smashed two types of video game genres together they came up with Borderlands. A first-person shooter with role-playing characteristics mixed in and an enormous loot driven system, it went on to sell millions of copies and

CD Projekt Red’s final The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt expansion, “Blood and Wine”, will introduce some updated user interface (UI) changes. Below are a few comparison screenshots which show some of those changes. Character Old: New: Crafting Old: New: Inventory Old:

Last year The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt was critically regarded as one of the best video games ever created, sweeping up Game of the Year awards in every corner of the internet, including Stevivor’s own categories of Best Role-Playing Game

Preview: Overwatch

Blizzard has shown time and time again that it is one of the most dominant creative developers in the market by releasing critically acclaimed games across multiple genres. From real time strategy to role-playing games, collectible card games and multiplayer

For newcomers to the franchise, Dark Souls III will be a brutal journey where you’ll die over and over again to learn and understand what’s required in order to progress just that little bit further. For veterans familiar with Dark

Dark Souls II was a game in which I was quite hesitant to play. I’d heard the stories about how difficult the original Souls games were to get through. Not only that, but other players around the world could enter